NaNoWriMo 2015 and Other Musings

At midnight, NaNoWriMo began and so far I got nuthin’.  Panster that I am, I typically just wing it but at least have some sort of idea of what I want to write about. Even if I don’t know where it’s going.  I’m not worried, yet.  It’s only the first day and I still have 7 hours of writing time to get something going.  I just figured in the mean time while I’m trying to figure that out, I’d post something to the blog since it’s been awhile.

I also plan on doing NaNoJouMo.  Art journaling a day, every day for November.  Also the Doodle-A-Day project.  I figured I can do the journaling and doodling simultaneously, knocking out two birds with one stone.  Hoping that this will give me the kick in the pants I need to get me making art again.  21 days to make a habit, right?

A couple of weeks ago, I went to the doctor because I was/am having some “lady issues” that aren’t normal for me.  After examining me…words like Cancer, surgery, radiation were being tossed around.  I panicked and freaked out.  I cried for few days.  So far tests results are negative, thankfully!  I still have to follow up with a gyno to completely rule things out.  But I’ll take this as a win.

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